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drink-offerings 1
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28 definitions
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28 endeavor
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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drinking

   Part, Question
1 1, 83 | asleep after eating and drinking copiously. ~If, however, 2 2, 35 | a man ~takes pleasure in drinking through being troubled with 3 2, 35 | driven out, the pleasure of drinking ceases also. ~Because the 4 2, 13 | human nature, by eating, drinking, and such like actions, ~ 5 2, 86 | continency, so is eating flesh or drinking wine contrary to ~abstinence 6 2, 145| receive ~the Eucharist after drinking. Now we are not forbidden 7 2, 145| concupiscence is kindled by drinking wine more than by ~eating 8 2, 146| any desire of eating and drinking, ~but an inordinate desire. 9 2, 146| immoderate pleasure in eating and drinking. Wherefore those vices ~ 10 2, 146| the results of ~eating and drinking immoderately. These may 11 2, 146| immoderation ~in eating and drinking, as though reason were fast 12 2, 147| praise. Such matter is the ~drinking of intoxicants, because 13 2, 147| Ecclus. 31:37,38): "Sober drinking is health to soul and body; ~ 14 2, 147| results from the mode of drinking, because to wit he exceeds 15 2, 147| exceeds the ~measure in drinking: and sometimes it is on 16 2, 148| a man resulting from his drinking much wine, ~the consequence 17 2, 148| since this is caused by ~drinking lukewarm water: wherefore 18 2, 152| instance excessive eating or drinking), nocturnal pollution has 19 3, 21 | prayed that the fear of drinking His chalice might not trouble 20 3, 40 | of Man came eating ~and drinking."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 21 3, 40 | the ~matter of eating and drinking. Hence Augustine says (Contra 22 3, 40 | described as 'neither eating nor drinking,' because he did ~not take 23 3, 40 | in contrast, 'eating and drinking.'"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] 24 3, 40 | abstinence in eating and drinking does not of itself ~relate 25 3, 40 | not consist in ~eating and drinking, but in suffering indigence 26 3, 40 | publicans' tables and eating and drinking."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 27 3, 55 | nutritive life, by ~eating and drinking with His disciples, as we 28 3, 80 | eating of the body and the drinking of the blood are ~required


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